The Division of Student Affairs provides services to the Marian University community including Orientation, Housing and Residence Life, Student Organizations, Campus Safety and Police, Health and Wellness Programs, Campus Ministry, Internships and Career Services, and the Learning and Counseling Center. Each area within Student Affairs provides something unique to the Marian University student population; our goal is to provide services that help each student’s overall development.
There are a variety of options for dining both on and around campus. Dining locations on campus include Barbara B. Cooling Dining Center in Clare Hall, Subway in the Ruth Lilly Student Center, and Provisions on Demand (POD) Market located in the Evans Center on the 1st Floor. Starbucks, Papa John’s, and Grille Works are located in Alumni Hall. Meal plans and Knight Bucks for residential students can be purchased when students sign their housing contracts. Meal plans and Knight Bucks for students can be purchased at the ARAMARK Dining Services office in Clare Hall.
We recognize students have a range of housing needs, priorities, and tastes. With that in mind, MU-COM provides students with a wide range of information in regard to housing, both on campus and throughout the Indianapolis community. The university offers on-campus graduate apartments and shares information with current and admitted students on which apartments offer a discounted rate to MU-COM students. These apartments have all been visited and approved by MU-COM. We also encourage students to share information with one another during our admitted student program and offer opportunities to connect with current student to ask questions.
Academic Support and Counseling Services
MU-COM offers many academic support and counseling services to aid your educational journey. Academic support services include peer tutoring, peer mentoring, stress management, study habit workshops, and more. Mental health counseling is also offered from a licensed psychologist.
The Student Health Center is located on the first floor of Clare Hall. Appointments are encouraged and walk-ins are seen as the schedule permits. Health management for Marian University students includes assessment, treatment, education, and referral to appropriate medical personnel.
The MU bookstore is located on the main level of the newly constructed Alumni Hall and provides a broad range of services to students. The bookstore is where you can purchase and return textbooks (limited number of MU-COM textbooks available), purchase diagnostic supplies, purchase Marian University apparel and gifts, and place orders for class rings and other commemorative items. You will also find a broad range of additional academic and reference resources available for purchase.
The Marian University Police provide 24-hour protection to the campus, including parking lots and residence halls.
Marian University police officers are vested with full law enforcement powers and responsibilities. All officers that are employed by Marian University are required to be certified graduates of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
Marian University Police are responsible for a full range of public safety services, including all safety escort services, investigations, medical emergencies, fire emergencies, traffic accidents, enforcement of laws regulating underage drinking, the use of controlled substances, and all other incidents requiring police assistance.
Campus police can be reached 24 hours a day at 317.955.6789 or by using one of the many emergency stations located throughout campus.
The helpdesk is located in Marian Hall room 302 and is staffed between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The after-hours helpdesk phone is staffed 24x7. Help desk requests can be made via phone, email, or a web form.
Campus Ministry serves the Marian University community in the Catholic and Franciscan tradition by encouraging and promoting personal development, growth in the community, lived faith values, leadership, and service to the University and our world. In support of our Franciscan sponsorship values—Dignity of the Individual, Peace and Justice, Reconciliation, and Responsible Stewardship—the Office of Campus Ministry offers students many avenues for service and spiritual growth. In addition to providing opportunities for Catholic spiritual formation and liturgical involvement, campus ministers are committed to serving students of all traditions in their faith exploration.